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2NL full ring AKs

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    Not much info on the villain..had only 4 hands on him and he limped them all..One important thing that helped my decision was that wen the openraiser opened and i 3bet..the call from the villain looked like an instant auto-call trying to call the open raise and not the 3bet..hence i continued firing till the end...Is this play correct? Please comment... the villain mucked Q10off..
    Last edited by nee0903; Sat Apr 07, 2012, 04:35 PM.

  • #2
    wow really bad play by the villain. did you make a note? i would have put him all in on the flop. i actually dont want him to call, because i dont know where i stand if he calls on that flop with his stacksize. so i want to win the pot right there you could have made your 3B a little bigger because you will be out of position during the hand, but thats optional gl at the tablesumbup:
    Last edited by ravenqueen76; Sat Apr 07, 2012, 04:49 PM.


    • #3
      hahahaha, i would just go allin on the flop, see his stacksize lol.


      • #4
        Hi Nee0903.

        I have to agree with Sjekkk, if you are going to c bet the flop at all versus that tiny stack, you may as well put him in. You hold the nut no pair hand, and unless he holds an 8, a 3, or a pocket pair, you are ahead.

        If you have him on as wide as a 75% call range, your AKs has about 65% equity with AKs, and while he may not call with any un-paired hand, you really cannot bet ANY amount without committing yourself pretty hard for the rest of his stack.

        Hope it helps.

        Last edited by JDean; Mon Apr 09, 2012, 11:59 AM.
        Double Bracelet Winner


        • #5
          All in on the flop, even if he caught a pair you still have 2overs!umbup:



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